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* 1593/1/1 (2 Feb 1593) - The second year of Bunroku begins.
 
* 1593/1/1 (2 Feb 1593) - The second year of Bunroku begins.
 
* 1593/1/7 Japanese forces abandon P'yongyang to the Chinese; samurai under [[Kobayakawa Takakage]] defeat a Chinese army in a rear-guard action at Byokchekwan.  
 
* 1593/1/7 Japanese forces abandon P'yongyang to the Chinese; samurai under [[Kobayakawa Takakage]] defeat a Chinese army in a rear-guard action at Byokchekwan.  
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* 1593/2/10-3/6 [[Yi Sun-shin]] leads seven attacks on Japanese fleets.
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* 1593/4 Japanese forces withdraw to the south of the Korean peninsula.
 
* 1593/5/1 [[Toyotomi Hideyoshi]] strips [[Otomo Yoshimune|Ôtomo Yoshimune]] of his lands for cowardice in Korea
 
* 1593/5/1 [[Toyotomi Hideyoshi]] strips [[Otomo Yoshimune|Ôtomo Yoshimune]] of his lands for cowardice in Korea
 
* 1593/5/15 [[Ishida Mitsunari]] and [[Konishi Yukinaga]] arrive at Nagoya with Chinese envoy.
 
* 1593/5/15 [[Ishida Mitsunari]] and [[Konishi Yukinaga]] arrive at Nagoya with Chinese envoy.
 
* 1593/6/21 The Japanese capture Chinju.  
 
* 1593/6/21 The Japanese capture Chinju.  
* 1593/8 Fighting in Korea largely ends after negotiations begin.  
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* 1593/8 Fighting in Korea largely ends after negotiations begin.
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* 1593/8/15 Yi Sun-shin is appointed naval commander of the three southern provinces of Korea.
  
 
==Other Events of 1593==
 
==Other Events of 1593==

Latest revision as of 10:16, 15 August 2019

Bunroku 1 (文禄元年) / Bunroku 2 (文禄二年)

[edit] Timeline of 1593

At the opening of the year, Japanese armies are in Korea

  • Tenshô 20/12/8 (10 Jan 1593) - The era name is changed to Bunroku.
  • 1593/1/1 (2 Feb 1593) - The second year of Bunroku begins.
  • 1593/1/7 Japanese forces abandon P'yongyang to the Chinese; samurai under Kobayakawa Takakage defeat a Chinese army in a rear-guard action at Byokchekwan.
  • 1593/2/10-3/6 Yi Sun-shin leads seven attacks on Japanese fleets.
  • 1593/4 Japanese forces withdraw to the south of the Korean peninsula.
  • 1593/5/1 Toyotomi Hideyoshi strips Ôtomo Yoshimune of his lands for cowardice in Korea
  • 1593/5/15 Ishida Mitsunari and Konishi Yukinaga arrive at Nagoya with Chinese envoy.
  • 1593/6/21 The Japanese capture Chinju.
  • 1593/8 Fighting in Korea largely ends after negotiations begin.
  • 1593/8/15 Yi Sun-shin is appointed naval commander of the three southern provinces of Korea.

[edit] Other Events of 1593

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